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Nov 24, 2012 1:00am EST
zimbabwe. but essentially has been done is they provided an ownership interest of villagers, and that is helping to save them. prior to that you had to milan's . john: the government saying don't kill the elephants. >> don't kill the elephants. villagers are growing crops, but livestock, aquino land and the elephants were coming through in destroying those crops and other wildlife was running out there while stock. the llagers did not have any interest. >> villagers were allowed to start getting proceeds from trough the hunts and from safari tourism thatat came through. all of sudden the wild life became an asset. they hired their own game wardens. wildlife had -- habitat doubled. because now it was a benefit. as a result the elephant population also doubled over 13 years. john: why you know about this? you are with -- >> property in environ research center. john: based in bozeman, montana. you folks city areas where private property can help protect animals. >> we believe that ownership provides the bt incentives for conservation. john: most of the buffalo are owned by private ranchers,
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Nov 1, 2012 1:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Nov 12, 2012 6:00am PST
america become no different from zimbabwe or any other third world country where the people don't trust their electoral process and system. so this is where we're going to have to make a stand. we'll have to get the truth. i would just simply implore miss gertrude walker, supervisor of elections of st. louis can i county, to do the right thing. have a complete recount of all those votes in the public eye of the people. >> reporter: he also told us what is especially troubling a turnout of 141%. votes he said that don't match number of people who showed up. he charges something he thinks is being hidden. martha: troubling. what does the opponent have to say? >> reporter: murphy says he is the winner and blasts the moves by west campaign's as a stunt saying there is no legal basis for a recount. >> it is clear, a resounding victory for patrick murphy and it is time for us to move forward and do the people's business and time for mr. west to take the honorable course, recognize the inevitable. >> reporter: west says he is not giving up. martha? martha: eric, thank you very much. greg
Nov 13, 2012 9:00am PST
zimbabwe. this is a join venture between the chinese and zimbabweans mining diamonds in the controversial fields where critics claim some of the diamonds funneled to the party, claims the government and mining officials deny. when cnn got exclusive access this year, the chinese welcomed us with lunch and speeches. as well as a tour of the mining operations, eager to show off cooperation and development with their african partners. many like the u.s. government are highly critical of the chinese venture and others across africa. critics argue the chinese exploited africa's commodities to fuel their growth. the relationship is uneven and near colonial. what's the difference between a chinese invest somewhere american investor, from your point of view. >> the aim is still to make money. >> reporter: what's the difference? why would you say the chinese have been successful on the continent? >> i think that it has to do probably with the policy of the chinese government. coming into a country, investing, and not really wanting to get involved. >> reporter: not asking questions? >> not asking q
Nov 11, 2012 2:00pm EST
spent teaching in rural zimbabwe on fulbright exchange. please join me in welcoming carlo brundage. [applause] >> i'm going to introduce the next two award. the translator's sister is about discovery, compassion and greece. recognized by the before columbus foundation. other translators, sister, jack foley says gunnar winegard the translator sister is poised on borders between memory and imagination. it shape shifts and shimmers, conjured. clinton says of a shared childhood. in times past the book is in homage in celebration of the brilliant literary sister, catherine washburn. the author causes a collage of memories, dream fragment, reflections on girlhood. not memoir, the poetic fiction. and her task to tango with her sister does not engage us in the philosophical question in memoriam. she does not tell us it's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. what she does is circle around her. comiskey and all sorts of angles, but never escaping it. her book is heartbreaking because it brings us to precisely the point of what a book cannot do to make her sister be
Nov 10, 2012 11:45pm EST
year she spent teaching and rural zimbabwe, albright exchange. please join me in what coming carla brundage. [applause] >> i am going to introduce the next two awards. "the translator's sister" is about discovery, compassion and grief, key things represented by the before columbus foundation. of "the translator's sister" jack foley says, mary weingarten's "the translator's sister" is poised on borders between memory and imagination. weingarten's conversation with her dead sister shape shifts and shimmers, conjures brilliant glimpses of a shared childhood, the colors and smells of times past. the book is an homage in celebration of weingarten's brilliant literary sister, kathryn washburn. the author calls it a collage of memories, dream fragments, imagined encounters and reflections on girlhood. not memoirs but poetic fiction. and her costa thank with her sister, mary weingarten does not in gauges and the philosophical questions of the day as tennyson does in memorial him. she does not tell us it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. what she does is to c
Nov 26, 2012 5:00pm EST
, places like zimbabwe and burma. we have not seen them step up take a huge role diplomatically or anything else. is not as leaders of the democratic world, but more as leaders of the developing or emerging economies. that solidarity keeps them from the democratic values that we share. is there a way you can and treat those countries to play a greater role to see themselves more as a democratic power and sharing, and democratic values and making that a higher priority in your own foreign policy? >> the short answer would be yes. all those countries that you have listed, and more, certainly in terms of their economic capacity, compared to some of the smaller democracies, particularly some in the americas that have a long history of embracing democratic values, but they would not have the bankroll, if you will, to participate in international missions. again i, i keep using afghanistan as a touchstone, but there are 40 countries with boots on the ground. there are more than 60 that contribute on the development side. japan now, sweden. some of those democracies that are really in mak
Nov 5, 2012 6:00am PST
said the economy is based in zimbabwe. >> stephanie: along with the salt lake city tribune. >> really? >> stephanie: too bad mittens. we said we have a, not just the hottest surrogates but the smartest, for the president. in ohio. jesse williams of grey's anatomy. good morning jesse. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i'm looking at your mesmerizing eyes on line. >> sorry about that. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: good to talk to you. you're in ohio as we speak? >> no, i'm just back from ohio. i've been bouncing around. i've been in colorado, nevada. most recently we were in ohio driving people to the polls to early voting getting them to the bureau of elections. and speaking wherever we could to get people motivated. >> stephanie: how is it feeling? obviously the numbers coming back, you know, obviously seems like overwhelmingly democrats are early voting, seems like a good sign for the president yeah? >> yeah. i mean -- i honestly feel better about it than i'm comfortable saying but i do think that -- i'm seeing that we do need to get folks out to vote and i'm surprised at the am
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